We went to Saint Kateri Tekakwitha’s Canonization in Rome! She was the daughter of a Mohawk Chief and a Catholic Algonquin. Her name loosely translates to “The One Who Walks Groping for Her Way” or “She Who Bumps Into Things.” She converted to Christianity in 1676 and in 1884 became the first Native American to be proposed for canonization. She is the patron of the blind and evacuees and exiles as well as the environment. Pray to Saint Kateri for help with vision and for the protection of our Earth and its creatures.
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